Bulletin of the Second International Forum of Oncology and Radiology No. 1
VLADIMIR PUTIN: “BUILDING AN ADVANCED AND PATIENT–ORIENTED SYSTEM OF ONCOLOGICAL CARE IS A KEY DIRECTION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN HEALTHCARE”
Such words were uttered in the official greeting of the President of the Russian Federation to the participants and guests of the Second International Forum of Oncology and Radiology at the official opening ceremony, which became a key message for the work of the forum participants.
The appeal to the forum was also sent by Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation T.A. Golikova, which was read by A.D. Kaprin. The task is to provide medical specialists with a wide and fast
access to knowledge about the latest developments, scientific achievements, medicines, technologies and equipment is also solved at such authoritative forums. The discussion opportunities provided by the format of the event are of exceptional importance for the development of oncology.
The greeting on behalf of the Minister of Health V.I. Skvortsova was read by the Deputy Minister O.O. Salagai. It emphasizes: “I am sure that the forum will become a platform for effective communication
a wide variety of oncologists, anesthesiologists, radiation diagnosticians, chemotherapists, health care organizers – for the exchange of modern knowledge and the best medical practices in the field of diagnosis and treatment of malignant neoplasms.”
The opening ceremony took place on September 24 at 12:00 in one of the best business centers in Moscow – the WTC, and gathered more than 4,000 guests from Russia, Japan, Italy, France, Hungary, Serbia, China, Israel, Germany, the United States of America, Austria, Great Britain, CIS countries and Eurasia.
The opening ceremony was attended by Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation G.N. Karelova, First Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation G.V. Trubnikov, Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation I.P. Potekhina, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation A.S. Besprozvannykh, Deputy Chief Scientific Secretary of the Russian Academy of Sciences S.I. Kolesnikov. And also deputies of the State Duma N.F. Gerasimenko, A.L. Vetluzhskikh, G.I. Sklyar, head of the FMBA V.V. Uiba, director of the NMIC of Obstetrics. Academician Kulakov G.T. Sukhoi, Rector of the Russian National Research University named after S.A. Pirogov. Lukyanov, Director of the NMIC of Oncology named after N.N. Petrov A.M. Belyaev, Director of the RNCRT named after A.M. Granov D.N. Maistrenko, Chairman of the Board of the Berezin MIBS A.M. Stolpner, chief oncologists of Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and many, many representatives of the scientific and medical community, leaders of the production of medicines and techniques for oncology.
According to the chairman of the organizing committee of the Second International Forum of Oncology and Radiology, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences A.D. Kaprin, guests will be able to see the most unique operations that we will broadcast from clinics in Moscow and Yaroslavl, and hear about the most interesting studies from their authors. Such top stars as Rainer Rienmuller (Austria), Michel Coleman (England), Wolf Wieland (Germany), Nadezhda Rozhkova, Andrey Vazhenin, Vladimir Uiba, Alexey Belyaev (Russia), representatives of Hungary, Serbia and many others will make presentations at the forum. Participants will have the opportunity to meet opinion leaders, discuss issues of concern, exchange experiences and, of course, communicate in an informal setting.
As part of the ceremony, many surprises were prepared, one of which was the performance of the children’s collective of the Irina Berezhnaya production center “Starlab”. The children, among whom were young performers who had cancer, presented surprisingly heartfelt musical compositions to the guests of the ceremony. At the end of the ceremony, young oncologists who became winners of the 2019 Young Specialists competition, which was held by the Association of Young Scientists, were awarded. The first place in the competition was taken by Olga Plotnikova from Primorsky Krai, who received a grant to participate in the European Cancer Forum 2020.
On September 24, the signing ceremonies of three agreements on mutual cooperation and exchange were also held
experience. Agreements were signed between the Federal State Budgetary Institution “NMIC of Radiology” of the Ministry of Health of Russia and the Republican Specialized Scientific and Practical Medical Center of Oncology and Radiology of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, ONS “Association of Oncologists of Russia” and the Foundation for the Development of Expert and Analytical Activities “Content” and the Federal State Budgetary Institution “NMIC of Radiology” of the Ministry of Health of Russia and the First St. Petersburg State Medical University them. Academician I.P. Pavlov” Ministry of Health of Russia.
The Forum will continue its work until September 27, but today the participants emphasize the high level of organization of the event and a rich scientific program that corresponds to the European scale. For the first time in the long history of such events, the Forum program covered absolutely all aspects of cancer care.
The forum program for September 25, 26 and 27 includes more than 60 events, including a Congress of health care organizers, a patient session, an information and educational campaign “Oncopatrul”, IV international readings in memory of Academician A.F. Tsyba, the All-Russian Congress with international participation “Photodynamic therapy and Photodiagnostics”, the congress “Malignant skin Tumors”, the ENDOONCO Congress with master classes and video broadcasts from the operating rooms of the P. Hertsen Moscow Oncology Research Institute, and much more.
FSBI “NMIC of Radiology” of the Ministry of Health of Russia
III ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF THE RUSSIAN ASSOCIATION OF THERAPEUTIC RADIATION ONCOLOGISTS (RATRO)
On September 24, the III All-Russian Congress of the Russian Association of Therapeutic Radiation Oncologists (RATRO) began its work. The opening of the congress was held under the slogan “100 years of development of radiation therapy: present and future”. Yuri Mardynsky, MD, Professor, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, presented a report on the history of radiation therapy. The section was moderated by Inna Droshneva, Head of the Department of Radiation Therapy at the P. Hertsen Moscow Oncology Research Institute.
The congress is dedicated to modern technologies of radiation therapy. Together with Sergey Kanaev, Scientific Director of the Department of Radiotherapy of the N.N. Petrov NMIC of Oncology, Anna Boyko, Head of the Department of Radiation Therapy with modification of the P. A. Hertsen MNIOI, and Alexey Nazarenko, Head of the Radiological Department of the Research Institute of Clinical and Experimental Radiology of the N.N. Blokhin NMIC of Oncology, the participants considered the role of the evolution of radiation therapy technologies in the treatment of patients with head and neck tumors,
achievements, problems and prospects of radiation therapy in oncogynecology, methodological aspects of modern remote radiation therapy of vulvar cancer.
The congress participants discussed the current problems of clinical radiobiology together with Evgeny Khmelevsky, Head of the Department of Radiation Therapy at the P. A. Hertsen Moscow State Medical Institute, and Irina Zamula-eva, Head of the Research Department of Radiation Biochemistry at the A.F. Tsyba MRSC.
In addition, the participants discussed genetic and epigenetic markers of the prognosis of individual radiosensitivity and an auxiliary tool of MRI, PET/CT in the diagnosis of late complications of chemoradiotherapy of colorectal cancer.
The first day of the congress ended with a round table “Radiotherapy in pediatrics”, which was chaired by Alexey Nechesnyuk, Head of the Radiation Therapy Department of the NMIC DGOI. Dmitry Rogachev, and Arkady Stolpner, Chairman of the Board of the Medical Institute
On September 25 and 26, the RATRO Congress will continue its work. Today, in the Congress Hall 3, foreign and foreign specialists will talk about theranostics, biobank and oncopsychology as a new range of development in oncology. On September 26, in the same hall, the congress participants will discuss the future of radiation therapy, medical physics in radiotherapy and radiation injuries.
The work of the Congress was preceded by the RATRO School. On September 23, under the guidance of Inna Droshneva, the School participants reviewed radiation therapy for benign tumors and non-tumor diseases.
CONGRESS ON THORACIC-ABDOMINAL ONCOLOGY
On September 24, under the chairmanship of Stanislav Stepanov, Head of the Department of Ultrasound Diagnostics of the P.A. Hertsen MNIOI, Igor Tyurin, Head of the Department of Radiology and Radiology of the RMANP, and Natalia Rubtsova, Head of the Department of Radiation Diagnostics of the P.A. Hertsen MNIOI, the Congress on Thoracoabdominal Oncology began its work. Specialists paid attention to unresolved issues of diagnosis of tumors of thoracoabdominal localization, functional surgery for tumors of the esophagus and stomach, the choice of therapeutic tactics in patients with high-risk lung cancer and clinical analysis of diagnostic difficulties, the choice of therapeutic tactics and errors.
On September 25, in the Dvina hall, the congress participants will continue the discussion and talk about the combined and drug treatment of patients
lung cancer and innovations in drug therapy of lung cancer.
“TUMORS OF THE HEAD AND NECK”
In the Amur hall, the discussion turned around the problems of head and neck tumors. The Congress participants reviewed conservative methods of treatment of head and neck tumors, as well as surgery and reconstructive surgery of head and neck tumors.
The block “Conservative methods of treatment of head and neck tumors” was led by Evgeny Choynzonov, Director of the Research Institute of Oncology of the Tomsk NIMC, Head of the Department of Head and Neck Tumors of the Research Institute of Oncology of the Tomsk NIMC, Anna Boyko, head of the Department of radiation therapy with modification of the P. A. Hertsen MNIO, Ali Mudunov, head of the surgical department of Head and Neck Tumors of the Research Institute of Clinical Oncology N.N. Trapeznikov NMIC of Oncology named after N.N. Blokhin, and Andrey Polyakov, Head of the Department of Microsurgery at the P. Hertsen Moscow Oncology Research Institute.
The block was presented with reports on the role of targeted drugs in the treatment of locally advanced squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck, modern aspects of the tactics of treatment of patients with regional metastases of oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal cancer, the algorithm for choosing therapy for metastatic and
inoperable basal cell skin cancer, two-stage superselective chemoembolization in the treatment of patients with locally advanced tongue cancer, etc.
The section “Reconstructive surgery of head and neck tumors” featured reports on “Synergism of reconstructive surgery methods in the treatment of cancer patients”, “Issues of choice of reconstructive material in the surgical treatment of patients with malignant tumors of the oral cavity”, “Simultaneous implantation into a fibular autograft on a vascular pedicle with interoperable prosthetics of teeth”, “Additive technologies in the rehabilitation of patients with tumors heads and necks”, “Pros and cons
reconstructive microsurgery in patients with head and neck tumors”. Irina Rebrikova, an oncologist from the P. Hertsen Moscow Oncology Research Institute, spoke about bioengineering technologies in reconstructive pharyngeal surgery.
ENDOONCO 2019 CONGRESS
On September 24, the second day of the ENDOONCO 2019 Congress fell. Over the past two days, the congress participants discussed the place of endoscopy in oncology, a team approach in oncological endoscopy, endoscopic diagnosis of precancerous diseases and tumors of the esophagus and stomach, endoscopic surgery of tumors of the esophagus and stomach, neoplasms and precancerous diseases of the colon and small intestine, as well as endoscopic surgery for precancerous diseases and colorectal cancer.
The discussion turned out to be rich and lively. She was led by: Andrey Kostin, First Deputy General Director of the NMIC of Radiology, Andrey Nechi-pai, Head of the Department of Endoscopy of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Yuri Starkov, Head of the Surgical Endoscopic Department of the A.V. Vishnevsky NMIC of Surgery,
Sergey Pirogov, Head of the Endoscopy Department of the P. Hertsen Moscow Oncology Research Institute, Evgeny Fedorov, Chief Researcher of the REC of Abdominal Surgery and Endoscopy of the N.I. Pirogov RNIMU, Yuri Kuvshinov, Leading Researcher of the Endoscopic Department of the N.N. Blokhin NMIC of Oncology, Oleg Tkachenko, Head of the Endoscopy Department of the NMIC of Oncology. N.N. Petrova, and many other leading specialists in the field of oncological endoscopy. Today and tomorrow the ENDOONSO 2019 Congress will continue its work. On September 25, delegates with the participation of the Moscow Society of Endoscopy will discuss pancreatobiliary endoscopy in oncology, endoscopic interventions for tumors of the pancreatobiliary region, diagnostic bronchoscopy, endoscopic surgery and therapy for neoplasms of the respiratory tract. On September 26, the congress program includes master classes with video broadcast from the endoscopic operating rooms of the MNOI.
CONGRESS ON ONCOGYNECOLOGY
On September 24, the Congress on Oncogynecology was held. In the Volga hall, oncogynecologists discussed aspects of the combined treatment of advanced ovarian cancer, and
also menopausal hormone therapy and cancer risks.
The moderators of the congress were: Elena Novikova, Head of the Oncogynecology Department of the P.A. Hertsen Moscow State Medical University, Adel Urman-cheeva, Leading Researcher of the Oncogynecology Department of the N.N. Petrov NMIC of Oncology, Lev Ashrafyan, Head of the Institute of Oncogynecology and Mammology of the Academician V.I. Kulakov NMIC of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology, Igor Berlev, Head of the Scientific Department of Oncogynecology of the NMIC of Oncology named after N.N. Petrova”, Viktor Radzinsky, Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the RUDN Medical Faculty, Marina Kiseleva, Head of the Department of New Medical Technologies with the group of treatment of breast Diseases of the A.F. Tsyba MRSC, etc.
The delegates touched upon approaches to effective therapy of serous ovarian cancer, international recommendations for combined treatment and new approaches to optimizing the treatment of disseminated ovarian cancer taking into account molecular genetic parameters. In addition, the participants weighed all the pros and cons of primary cytoreductive
operations for disseminated ovarian cancer.
The delegates also focused on such issues as obesity – the main oncological risk of the postmenopausal period, postmenopausal endometrial polymerative processes, virus-associated cervical cancer, antiviral therapy in the prevention of HPV-associated recurrence of precancerous and initial cervical cancer, the role of predictors in predicting treatment of cervical cancer and others .
COLORECTAL CANCER CONGRESS
In the Yenisei hall on September 24, specialists of this field exchanged views on modern approaches in the treatment of operable rectal cancer, paid attention to the choice of the method of antibiotic prophylaxis in total mesorectomy for rectal cancer, discussed the evolution of combined treatment of patients with locally advanced rectal cancer, the difficulties and advantages of laparoscopic surgery in patients with locally advanced cancer rectum after neoadjuvant CLT.
There were reports on laparoscopic surgery of colorectal cancer in the Omsk region, minimally invasive operations for colorectal cancer carried out by the center in Ufa, the introduction of an interdisciplinary approach in the treatment of colorectal cancer in a regional oncological dispensary on the example of Samara. Representatives of the Oncologists of the Hertsen Institute told about their experience of intraoperative ultrasound in abdominal oncology and the long-term results of TME they received. In addition, the delegates of the congress paid attention to the retrospective of pelvic evisceration, the role of neoadjuvant therapy in the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer, the possibilities of surgical treatment of mCRP in the liver and other topical issues
THE FIRST CONGRESS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF YOUNG ONCOLOGISTS GATHERED PARTICIPANTS FROM 30 REGIONS OF RUSSIA ON ONE PLATFORM
The Second International Forum of Oncology and Radiology has become a unique platform for direct dialogue between the members of the Association of Young Oncologists. On September 23, the First Congress of the association was held, it was attended by young specialists from 30 regions of Russia.
AMO is a unique platform that unites young oncologists of the Russian Federation, within the framework of which young specialists can communicate, exchange experience, share their unique clinical cases, and perform joint research. The Association was established in June 2019 on behalf of the Chief oncologist of the Ministry of Health of Russia – Andrey Dmitrievich Kaprin.
The program of the first congress was large-scale and covered a wide range of topics: from colorectal
The first congress of the Association’s participants was chaired by Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences A.D. Kaprin, President of the Association, Ph.D.
L.O. Petrov and the vice-president of the Association, kmns. R.I. Moshurov.
According to the vice-president of AMO, R.I. Moshurov, the association has ambitious plans. Today it is already obvious that the interest and demand for mutual cooperation within the association is high. For example, in the first half of the year alone, several training internships were held for specialists from the regions in Moscow. It is also assumed that internships will take place between regional centers, since unique techniques and surgical operations are used there, which have a high potential for clinical practice.
THE IV SCHOOL OF THE CHANCELLOR REGISTER GATHERED SPECIALISTS FROM ALL REGIONS OF RUSSIA ON ONE SITE
On September 23, within the framework of the Second International Forum of Oncology and Radiology, a School on the Cancer Register was held, organized by the P.A. Hertsen Institute of Medical Sciences, a branch of the FSBI “NMIC of Radiology”, which is the main institution for collecting statistical data on oncology.The Cancer Registry of the Russian Federation is a multi-level model that functions within the framework of a unified state system in the field of healthcare and it is based on data that comes from the regions.